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Artificial Intelligence – a mere tool, a partner or a potential enemy (Part Three – Risks and Perspectives)
Over the last couple of decades, we have witnessed a skyrocketing evolution of AI. At first, machines became better than us at chess and boardgames. Then, they set up new communication channels or techniques. Both remarkable and scary, this transformation inevitably makes us wonder: what will the future bring?